Jaime Angelopoulos

January 12 – March 18, 2018

Curator: Ève De Garie-Lamanque

Opening Reception: Winter ARTcrawl, January 20, 2018

Presented in partnership with Musée Regional de Rimouski, Quebec


Angelopoulos' drawings and sculptures utilize a variety of scales to translate subjective experiences of sensation, emotions and behavior into physical form. Her abstracted extractions of emotion, stimulus and behavior straddle a line between anatomical and whimsical, and explore personal narratives interwoven with mythological folklore.

Project Room: 

nichola feldman-kiss: childish objects

nichola feldman-kiss' artistic practice has evolved from using her own body/psyche as a site to explore the self-portrait and identity narratives. Framed by her interests in psychoanalysis, feminist and postcolonial theories of subjectivity, childish objects (1966 – ) is an ongoing body of work that includes photographic, audio, digital and sculptural installations fashioned from personal objects drawn from autobiographical meditations on early memories of artistic impulse.

Mezzanine Gallery: 

This is Us: Ursuline Catholic College

Students led by Ursuline College Chatham art teachers Nicole McEachan and Melissa Fernandes explore themes of Identity in multi-media works.